Oakley by Samuel Ross Season 1 Through the Lens of H.Lorenzo

A closer look at the collection’s industrial stylings.

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Samuel Rossfirst-ever collection for sportswear experts Oakley, yielding a fittingly industrial range, suitably distinct from Ross’ own A-COLD-WALL*. Lynchpin California retailer H.Lorenzo showcases this initial release, offering a closer look at several key items from the drop.

A set of weather resistant pants, a matching waist bag and coat are all executed in blinding metallic silver, juxtaposing a futuristic aesthetic against a boxy, paint-splattered tee. Oakley branding and dangling straps appear throughout, adding further flair to the unapologetically-in-your-face gear. Army green track pants, half-and-half shirts, a face covering snood and layered technical coat all underline the futuristic mentality behind the collection, which culminates in the centerpiece: industrial-style eyewear, with oversized lenses welded to a sturdy metal frame.

Check out the editorial imagery above and head to H.Lorenzo’s site to shop the Oakley by Samuel Ross collection.

Last month, A-COLD-WALL* introduced its high-tech “INDEX” capsule range.

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